Project GeoCLIC: GEOInformation Educational Resources for
CLImate Change Management

Climate change (CC) poses significant challenges globally, causing extreme weather events, rising sea levels, and health impacts due to greenhouse gas emissions. The complexity of CC necessitates advanced Geoinformation technologies such as Geographical Information Systems (GIS) and Remote Sensing (RS) techniques and interdisciplinary stakeholder collaboration, with a growing need for quality online training, especially in light of Covid-19. This project aims to enhance GIS/RS education through the Digital Europe programme by introducing Work-Based Learning, promoting female participation, and improving transnational collaborations to meet the needs of the labour market and support EU sustainability goals.